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A top secret experiment intended to produce a superhuman has gone terribly wrong. Now the creators, trapped in a remote desert outpost, are being pursued ruthlessly by their creation. With the door sealed from within, there is no way out. Written by
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Any movie where half of the cast dies, is promising to a horror fanatic, such as myself. Before I saw this movie, I was commenting to my father (also an avid horror movie lover) that there needed to be a new horror movie character. Between Jason Voorhees and Freddy Krueger, twenty-four movies have been made to date, and while they are enjoyable and I will more than likely see any movies released about them in the future, it is time for another horror movie villain to break into the scene. The Outpost (a.k.a. Mind Ripper, the title I found it under) has created that villain in Thor. This movie was predictable, but I was very excited to see that film makers were at least making an effort to get another horror movie series started. Unfortunately, this movie did not go over well with the general public, so there will probably not be a sequel. I guess that's probably a good thing since it wouldn't be the same without Gregory Sporleder (there...you know who one of the people to die is, but you have to watch it to find out who the other four are...hee, hee).
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